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Gay couples tie the knot for first time at Taiwan military wedding

By Abiodun Ogundairo
01 November 2020   |   11:43 am
Waving rainbow flags and shedding tears of joy, two Taiwanese same-sex couples tie the knot at a mass wedding hosted by the military in a landmark for Asia's LGBT community.

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